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[NSW] Panasonic TH-55FZ950U - 55" 4K OLED Smart TV + $1786 + $40 Delivery (Free C&C) @ Bing Lee eBay


Panasonic 55 is back again sub $1800. Not a bad deal in my opinion.

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    all gone :/


      not sure where you checking.. i can find they are in stock almost all stores for pickup


        Just checked. Same.

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          NOTE, if you're checking from one of the following states

          Adelaide Metro, Brisbane Metro, Melbourne Metro, Northern Territory, NSW Regional, Perth Metro, QLD Far North, QLD Regional, QLD South East, SA Regional, Tasmania, VIC Regional, WA Regional, WA Remote, PO Box

          Item will come up as "Out of Stock"

      • +1 vote

        I'm checking on the ebay page you literally used as the link
        "0 available / 3 sold" ?


    What’s the best 4K HDR OLED TV Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, Lg or Hisence. I currently have a 55” which isn’t OLED and am thinking of upgrading to OLED. My only issue is money is a problem so do i get a 55” OLED or a 65” OLED and what would be the cheapest/price difference between 55” and 65” OLED. Thanks.

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      Just get whatever's cheapest

      • +1 vote

        65" price = 55" price + $1500
        77" price = 65" price + $6500

        Save a bit more and get a 65". They look fantastic in showrooms compared to 55"

    • +4 votes

      Many reputable reviews consider Panasonic OLEDs as the best available.


      If you don't want to have problems with "burned led" and your place is too bright, keep away from OLEDs.
      I had a Hisense 55 LED which burned then looking for a new TV, I ended buying the Samsung QLED 65 4k and h*ly s**t
      No burning problems, my apartment is so damn bright and I have no problems with it, QLED series have a special warranty.

      If you don't want to spend too much, get the 55 one. Keep away from the series Samsung NU7100, it is not worth. Instead, get the NU8000.

      Good luck.


    The prices of OLED are tumbling down… Seems only recently that it was so expensive that it's main application was tiny screens on MP3 players.

  • +4 votes

    An OLED TV with the code 'Plasma', heh.

    Was just checking how to fix a Samsung PNF8500. Friends old plasma is dying after just 3 years.


    Would be great,only if they deliver to states,other than NSW. Come on, Bing Lee!!!!

  • +3 votes

    Oh I miss my plasma.i Wish they advanced that tech instead of LCD.

    • +1 vote

      So true! Only reason they got rid of plasma was the cost of making it. They'd rather build cheap LCD because it costs them almost nothing. Picture quality was so much better, the only thing was brightness was lower on plasma vs LCD.
      The last plasma actually won the best TV award at the annual review shoot-out over OLED and LCD/LED which were 4K resolution and the plasma was only 1080p! Shows how good plasma was.


        I thought the power consumption was another reason? But perhaps that wouldn't be an issue outside of Australia where the utility price rorting isn't as bad?


        Do you have a link to this? Intriguing


          Plasma has always used more juice than even the old LCD TVs. It is just a common fact.


          There was the Value Electronic showdown and another blind shoot-out that the high end Panasonic won (can't find link for).
          Value Electronics was supposed to be a tie with the LG OLED even though the Samsung plasma had more votes! There was something dodgy going on as votes were not calculated properly then with the weird brightness scores, as obviously OLED back then was even dimmer than now but somehow it got the highest score for brightness?? Even more than LED screens so that already seems like something was wrong.


          Can only imagine if they actually used the last Panasonic plasma instead of the Samsung in the Value Electronics showdown it would have smoked everyone by a mile. All reviewers said it was the best and it won the blind shoot-out around the same time.


    Are prices likely to come down any further in Boxing Day sales? Or better to buy now?

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    There are now 3 receipts on WP for $1722 at Harvey Norman (ACT, VIC & WA). Print all 3 and try your luck at your local store :)


    Everyone keep in mind that OLED TVs have burn pixel problem, also, if your place is too bright you won't see a s**t hahaha
    It is not indicated for gamers

    I bought a Samsung QLED 65 4k Q7FN and h*ly s**t.

    Okay that it uses an "enhanced old technology", but the Q which means quantum dot film makes it a speechless TV

    I have never seen such a great image and sound quality like that.

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